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Heimtextil to identify weavers with special icon

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The upcoming Heimtextil, to be held from January 7 to 10, 2020, is improving stand signage by identifying weavers of decorative fabrics and furniture fabrics, curtains and materials for bed linens with a special icon on each of their stands, for the first time. There will be around 900 manufacturers and wholesalers, including 40 new exhibitors.

Heimtextil is improving stand signage and will highlight the exhibitor group of weavers for the first time by giving them their own icon on their stands. This group comprises around 250 European weavers of furniture and decorative fabrics, curtains and materials for bed linen. Weavers of fabrics for bed linen are clustered in their own area. These include the renowned Italian companies Martinelli Ginetto, Tessitura Pertile, F.lli Graziano Fu Severino, Giuseppe Brignoli, Lyontex, Manifattura Filtes, Manifattura Del Leone and Carvico as well as UAB Angleter from Lithuania, Lech Fabrics from Poland, Rifer from Portugal, Mako Textil, Levantex Bocairent and Navan Design & Decoration from Spain as well as Fabricana from Turkey.

A total of around 400 European manufacturers and wholesalers will be represented. These include Libeco-Lagae, Symphony Mills, Ter Molst and Tessutica Beaulieu from Belgium, Limonta and Luilor from Italy and Manuel Revert from Spain as well as Dina Vanelli from Turkey. There will also be 500 producers from Asia including GM Syntex, D Decor and Dicitex Furnishings from India.

Heimtextil will welcome an additional 40 new exhibitors from Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Portugal and the US. New exhibitors include Fibertex and Groep Masureel from Belgium, Dickson Constant “Sunbrella” and HP Fabrics “Microfibres” from the US, Mako Textil and Antonio Garcia GB Group from Spain, Lealpell, Maxpell, Dingo Conceria and Cuoium with real leather from Italy as well as Leder Fiedler, Leder Reinhardt and Hans Reinke with real leather from Germany. This also expands the offer of real and artificial leather at Heimtextil, which, with 13 and 31 exhibitors respectively, is gaining in relevance for upholstered furniture manufacturers.

A special focus at Heimtextil is on the functional characteristics of furniture and decorative fabrics to meet the special requirements of contract furnishing and increasingly attract the interest of interior architects, interior designers and hospitality experts. Some 130 companies are expected to participate.

The second edition of the “Design Dialog” will provide valuable insight for creatives involved in textile and product design for the upholstered furniture industry. There will be a series of lectures and a panel discussion on textile trends. Those to be present include surface and textile designer Christiane Müller from Studio Müller Van Tol, Anne Marie Commandeur from Stijlinstituut Amsterdam, representing the Heimtextil Trend Council, and product and furniture designer Werner Aisslinger.

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